2014 Business Partners of the Year

  • ShopRite (a.k.a. Wakefern, Inc.), Nominated by Northeast High School and Sunset Elementary School

    The vision of ShopRite Supermarket's Young Consumers Program initiative is community-based education involving students, parents, educators, local business, government, and community service groups. ShopRite's local Program includes Northeast High School and Sunset Elementary School. Carol Boyer, a ShopRite's Associate, and Howie Herbert, Educational Consultant, collaboratively train Northeast High School students on how to implement the program with Sunset's fourth-grade students. While at ShopRite, students participate in problem-solving stations to complete critical thinking activities related yo food and money. They will be assessed on budgeting skills, solving critical thinking problems, and communicating effectively. This program benefits both the elementary students and the Northeast High School's Human Performance Signature Program.


2014 Business Partners of the Year Nominees

    • C2 Education, Nominated by North County High School
    • Annapolis Bowl, Greenway Bowl and Severna Park Lanes, Nominated by AACPS coordinator of Health, Physical Education and Dance
    • Little White Fashion Truck, Nominated by Severna Park High School
    • Watershed Stewards Academy, Nominated by Broadneck High School